Hoexbroe

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Hi all,

These are the background-buildings behind the train-station "Royville" (Presented earlier here);

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Some close-up shots;

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And finally an overview of the whole street;

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This (and the train station Royville, the hotel Chat Noir and the classic cars) are all part of my upcoming MegaMOC 2011.

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Awesome MOC!

It really looks like a town in eastern France :classic:

But why is there a British phone booth?

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:thumbup: Wonderful,the building are amazing,but what i like is the yellow car,the citroen,the last car i start with the "handle" and not with the key!

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What a great street scene. Your 2CV would look brilliant in any layout, but the phone booth is also a very nice touch. And I really love the tower building. Well done!

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Thanks guys! (all)

But why is there a British phone booth?

Hehe. It is indeed a british design, but I recon that French Telecom bought a lot of them... Somebody from France can comment on this¿?

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Hi Hoexbroe,

it looks great, like all your other MOCs. Can't wait to see your MegaMOC 2011. But 2011 ends in a few weeks so we can hope see more next time.

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Great overall design of the buildings and detail. Love the phone booth (seems very british), and love the delivery van. Would love to see more photos of that MOC. :thumbup:

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Absolutely beautiful layout! This is a truly inspiring build all around, from the buildings themselves to the vehicles on the street. Blogged on Brick Town Talk!

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I :wub: it, the end tudor style building (brown timber) is wonderful, neat phone box, yellow car and red delivery van ! :grin:

Great work 'Hoexbroe' and Brick On always ! :grin:

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You fitted 4 buildings on 3 plates - ingenious :) The buildings are not overly detailed but very realistic and look very well together :) but the vehicles are the best of all in this moc - the Citroen and the bus - excellent work (worth stealing right away ;)

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I really like the arch detailing on the building on the far right. Looks magnificent! Great layout.

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Hola hombre ! Que bella carretera, a mi me gusta la 2 CV.

Tambien tengo una sopressa para ti : el MOC fue notado para(?) el sitio BTT : http://www.brick-town-talk.com/2011/10/par-excellence.html

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Blogged by brick-town-talk : http://www.brick-town-talk.com/2011/10/par-excellence.html

Congratulations !

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Beautiful. To me, this is a really well balanced MOC. I particularly like the third building with the tower, really lovely design.

And I am another fan of the citroen, that is very cool.

I also love the chairs with the horns for legs.

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I loved it. The buildings match perfectly with each other. Loved the phonebooth and the 2CV. Love to see more buildings and other city things will you're building on.

Great work :thumbup:*oh2*

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What a perfect scene.

The building are really nice. Simple but yet they al have there own character.

I like the scene in front of the cafe. Nice seats and I love that little music organ.

Can't wait to see the complete MOC you have planned.

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Really well done, the street is like the ones we had in the sixties-seventies here in France, with the emblematic "Deux Chevaux" yellow car :)

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Hehe. It is indeed a british design, but I recon that French Telecom bought a lot of them... Somebody from France can comment on this¿?

You are right, I remember now that there is one of these booth in my town :blush:

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HI

Wow what a cool street. I love the detail in all of the buildings but if i had to choose one it would by far be the one furthest to the left.

Great work!

Charlie

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You are right, I remember now that there is one of these booth in my town :blush:

I thank you a lot for this information. I was going crazy with all the comments about the booth being "wrong". (I *DID* research the topic before building! :classic: )

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I thank you a lot for this information. I was going crazy with all the comments about the booth being "wrong". (I *DID* research the topic before building! :classic: )

How can I missed this awsone street scene?

I particularly like the house with the tower, very nice use of roof bricks, that works very well, with its great roof! I like original roof elements...

You add some nice features in the street that makes us want to be a minifig, like the nice coffee, the orgue of barbaria (nicely done!) and your awsone cars! The more I see this 2cv, the more I need to build one to put in my street, if I can copy your creation?...

And I confirm, we have some british booths here here France. There was one in my town few years ago, but now they put it off, like a lot of other more french booths (which don't have any particular design...).

It was fun to see such a booth in a french city. A lot of people, as I did, takes a picture above it to make their friends or family believe that they went to London! :tongue:

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